Not another one...

I am thisclose to shutting myself in the bathroom and crying until I can leave at 5. This is one crappy workweek.


  1. I'm sorry, I've had those days. I'll be saying a prayer for you.

    May God bless you and keep you.
    May God turn to you and be gracious to you.
    May God's presence rest with you and give you peace.

  2. (((Mrs.M.))) Oh dear... may you be bathed in light. And may this day, this week, end soon.

    Much love to you.

  3. Did it get any better? You can take tape to work and mark off your own pretent door. Would that help?

  4. Thanks, ladies. It IS getting better. (I've had Schubert's Ave Maria on repeat all morning, and that's the way it's going to stay...)

  5. Well, you're home now since you're east of my parts. Hope your evening is blessed and tomorrow is much better. And I agree with you about the violent movies and suggest a polite expression of concern. (It's always healthy and respectful to start with the author and base any conversation with the rector, if you decide it's needed, on that response).


Unnamed sources make me crazy. Just one time, I'd like to see, instead of 'according to unnamed sources,' I'd like to see 'according to tweaky little, ill-informed, chicken-ass, wannabe.'
-Abigail Bartlett, The West Wing